daadautudɑɑ.ˈdɑu.tuna|ENcyclone-force wind, hurricane|TPtraipela winThis word has a lengthened vowel
dabaˈdɑ.bɑna|ENwoven carrying basket with a closed mouth, usually made of coconut leaves, which generally only men carry|TPbasketBunging tela, Bira dibo ba dahakhaxuya daba ranguamOnce, those in Bira wanted to exchange baskets (of food) with us.
dadaˈdɑ.dɑv|ENto hide from the wind, to take shelter|TPhait
dalamdɑ.ˈlɑmv1|ENto carry over the ear as in a cigarette or pen, to hang up as in tobacco or a snake or a skin|TPhangimapim2|ENto be hung up or stuck fast as in a tree leaning against another and it won’t fall down|TPpasDitui mala, baing tangatanga tela ba ditui mari, saing dalam mana waxua, saing tabu.They were felling (trees), then they cut a tangatanga tree down, and it got hung up on a vine, and rested there.
daledɑ.ˈleʔna|ENrosewood tree, used in housebuilding for posts|TPdiwaiGENERICxai1treePterocarpus indicus
dalidɑ.ˈliv1|ENto exceed, to surpass, to win, to conquer|TPabrusimLong xana Wasu li, long xai sibuna. Ina dali Saidor.This kind of place in Wasu, it is a very good place. It’s better than Saidor.CROSS REFERENCEhadaliexceedingly2|ENto pass by|TPabrusimCOMPOUNDhadalito do something exceedinglyKEYTERM PHRASETaunga DalingamPassoverPHRASEsiang dalingamprofit
Damaˈdɑ.mɑnp|ENDama, a place near Singorokai|TPDama
damak1ˈdɑ.mɑkna|ENBlyth’s Hornbill|TPkokomoGuluba haing mala mana damak garanoa ba, ba gaxu mati bu xang.The lizard climbed up to that hornbill’s chick, to bite it to death so it could eat it.GENERICmang1birdRhyticeros plicatus
damdamiadɑm.ˈdɑ.mi.ɑv|ENto wash an object well|TPklinim
damiadɑ.ˈmi.ɑv|ENto wash an object such as a pot or clothing, but not a person|TPwasimLaing sup, xap borinoa mala, damia, ma saing duwa xauna numia.When that was finished, she took her pot, washed it, came back and they lived together in the house.
damuˈdɑ.muv|ENto menstruate, the regular cycle of menstruation|TPsik mun